bookmarks, culture, reading

bookmarks — volume 3, issue 3

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Jazz Spot­light

 

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bookmarks, culture, reading

bookmarks — volume 3, issue 2

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Jazz Spot­light

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bookmarks — volume. 3, issue 1

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After a year, or so, of run­ning book­marks on Tum­blr, I decided to bring the series back to my blog. It is a lit­tle more labor inten­sive to run the series here, but I like the look and feel more. I think that I will keep my Tum­blr, and use it for shar­ing more ran­dom or spur-of-the-moment things. If you like this series com­ing back to my blog, I’d appre­ci­ate hear­ing from you.

This post will be longer than usual, because I have a lot of book­marked arti­cles and videos.
Enjoy!

Arti­cles

 

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moving bookmarks “next door”

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Now that I have returned to social media, I am look­ing at how I can use and/or inte­grate some social media servies with my blog. The first step is to move my book­marks install­ment to Tum­blr. Hope­fully I will be forced to get writ­ing to fill the white space of this blog left by mov­ing some con­tent to other services,

I actu­ally think mov­ing book­marks to Tum­blr will be good for those who fol­low the series. Instead of hold­ing my links for a week, or more, I will post links to arti­cles and videos on a rolling basis — so be sure to check my Tum­blr reg­u­larly! With that said, I do have a num­ber of links and videos that I have saved in my Pocket account. I am start­ing to load those links, so the first cou­ple of pages will be a bit of “catch up.” Please enjoy, and let me know how you like book­marks on Tumblr.

To find to book­marks on Tum­blr, sim­ply click the logo below.

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bookmarks — volume 2, issue 5

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https://vimeo.com/65576562

 

Jazz Spot­light

 
 
 
What is the most inter­est­ing thing that you read, saw, or viewed recently? Please share your links in the comments.

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bookmarks — volume 2, issue 4

I am try­ing some­thing a lit­tle dif­fer­ent this week with book­marks post. Instead of my nor­mal, and some­what painstak­ing (ahem…I mean labor of love), method of copy­ing links, one-by-one, over from Pocket (a great tool) to my blog to cre­ate this post, I am let­ting Spring­pad do the heavy lift­ing. I am a huge fan of Spring­pad, and it has become my default site and app for note-taking, web-clipping, idea col­lab­o­ra­tion with fam­ily and friends, and over­all means to “remem­ber” every­thing. Let me know what you think of this for­mat. Is it more appeal­ing and eas­ier, or do you pre­fer the “old” way of bul­leted arti­cles, and clearly marked sec­tions for arti­cles, videos and the jazz spotlight?


 

Update:

Well…that didn’t go as planned. Ugh! Unless there is a con­fig­u­ra­tion code some­where that I don’t see, it appears that the dis­play limit for embed­ded Spring­pad fold­ers is five rows or 20 items. Ugh. I’ll keep the folder pub­lic on Spring­pad in case you want to go there and see what the whole folder looks like. (click here) Until I can fig­ure a way to dis­play the entire con­tents of a folder in a sin­gle post on my blog, it’s back to the old format.

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Jazz Spot­light

 
 
 
What is the most inter­est­ing thing that you read, saw, or viewed recently? Please share your links in the comments.

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bookmarks — volume 2, issue 3

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Jazz Spot­light

George Cole­man & Ahmad JamalMy Fool­ish Heart

 
 
 
What is the most inter­est­ing thing that you read, saw, or viewed recently? Please share your links in the comments.

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bookmarks — volume 2, issue 2

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Jazz Spot­light

 
 
 
What is the most inter­est­ing thing that you read, saw, or viewed this week?

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